As part of CW’s mandate, we are committed to strengthening the criminal justice system, including efforts to address financial crime; the refinement of our planning and procurement systems; and supporting and strengthening the ability of private and public bodies to better detect and address corruption in their spheres of operation.
CW is looking for interns to work in our offices in Johannesburg, South Africa. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis but applicants are encouraged to get their application in as soon as possible, indicating dates of availability. Interns will work at CW ’s offices under the supervision of one of our legal and investigations unit members.
Responsibilities may include legal research and writing, including international and comparative law research; factual research on specific legal cases and fact-checking legal filings; assisting in ongoing investigations into reports of corruption; and assisting staff in organising conferences and seminars.
Please note that the position is unpaid.
- Interest in human rights issues;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English;
- Excellent research skills including online sources;
- Well-organised, self-motivated and reliable.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, a detailed CV and an unedited writing sample to email@example.com, with the subject line “Legal Internship”.